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politics, we claim is political. We
stated last week that he had sworn
men into the order to which he be
lopjivancj wrn them to re
1st orVtfl mrfly from tho "officers,
if drafted. We have this upon the
affidavit of three. good young men.
We state it because we believe it.
Dr. Moore may claim that the
"Sons, of Liberty" are especially
Constitutional in their operations,
but he dare not deny that he was a
leader in the organization. A 'man's
record on great public questions is
public matter, and it is lair, just
and proper that the people should
know what tho record of a man is
whom they are asked to promote.
We stated, further, that Dr. Moure
could not make up his settlement
with the Treasurer. Tho records
in his own oilico show the matter
of 8S0 at tho settlement in 1835
and $5Q nt the settlement, 1S00.
Ho dare not deny those tilings.
Kvery Auditor of the county made
his own settlements, or paid for
them, heretofore; but Moore asks
the county to pay this, in addition
to his large salary.
Now, gentlemen, get over the
lads that stand against your own
I'andidates, hefuro you begin lying
N v Ifi unlj Hill ii i! (I Pensions,
At pound by Congress July 127, l8tiG
jjives ilOO Bi!ili:i( iihI bounty.
To cvny luxiurribly ilifiliorjt'il folil'nr
who mli.-ivd in tlie autiv of the .United
Stoles time A ril J9, 1561, fit three jesrs.
mill nerved his term or fiilishnent n ml who.
l;o8 rrrelvd cr wtis eniii.'etl to recicve but
ft! 00 honn'y.
' ' To i wry mii h tuMicr who litis been dis
i liorpi d on ecu unt of ( uiids rereivnl in
t lie liin nl (hit) boluro lii term of etilitfl-ni'-nt
i xjiirt il.
To 1 1 e iilow, minor diiltln n or pnrrnts
ii. the rrihr named, of miy guch' soldier w ho
ilifd vtliilo in the aervinj or from wjiimla
itsi rivcd or diKemie contracted while ill the
smite of the United States.
tJU AUUITONAL DOl'lPY.
To all hnnorub'y disclinrgeil soldiers who
have served two yrars under one enlistment
Slid who Have received hut 8100 bounty.
AN INCHESB PENSION
Has ali-o brf n grouted by a recent law
To widows i f Eol(!ie.-i w h hnve died in
the army, or to the ihildien it the widow
hns died or re married 62 per mouth for
each child under 16 year of age.
To soldiers w ho have lost a loot or a hand
or been disabled equal to the Ivss of a hand
or foot, 115 'cr month.
THUEE NORTHS' IXTRA PAY
Has been granted every oflicer who was in
comnmshin March 3d. 1S65, and res'igned
or was honorably discharged after A ril 9,
1865, width is promptly collected by
E. A. MUTTON,
Authorized Military Cluim-Agent,
Aug. 16, If. McArthur, Ohio.
Notice to Bridge Builders.
13 hen-by given, that the Commissioners
of Vinton county unci State of Ohio,
will meet nt the times ami places liei-elimf-ter
described and mentioned, for the jiur
oseol receiving bids, and letting to the
lowest responsible bidder or bidder, the
contract, for tliebuildinjrof certain bridg
es, as hereinafter described and desiif tinted,
nt the follow n' places nud on the follow
ing davs. to-wit :
AT the mouth of the middle Fork of
ltnccoou Creek, in Vinton tow nship, on
Thursday, October lltJi,JS66,
at 10 o'clock, a. m. of said day. Said bridge
to bo built iiM)ii two stone nbutincnts. mif
(iclently high to bo above high-water
At or nenr the residence ol fleorge Speed,
on the Logan I'oad, at Elk Fork Creek, in
F.Ik township, on
Friday, Octoher l'J,A. I. 1800,
nt 10 o'clock n. in. of said day. And said
wcond described bridge to be built upon
one stone abut incut, and stone base.
At or near the residence of Abel Krow it, at
1'iko Kuu, in Eagle township, ou ,
Saturday, October 7.7, 1366,
at in o'clock n. in. ot snirl day. And Mid
third di'M-ribed bridge to be built upon two
ft one abutinenlf, sulllclcntly Jiigh to be
atiovo high-water mark.
Further particulars, specillcnl ions. Ac.,
of said bridges, and the constructing there
of, made known on the respective days of
letting said contracts'.
Ity order of the Commissioners.
11. C. Ml 'ORE,
septl3wl And. V.C.,0.
Elias Dnvis' Instate.
NOT UK U huroby given thtt tho undesigned
lias bocn duly appointed and qualified as
ailtniuitrrlur cf tho etUlo of Kl ins Uaviis,
Wj nf Vinton Co. )., dccousoJ. Doted f
McArflur O. Sctt.Yfli l"M.
LEW 18 A A". WOOD.
Pep. 138 w.
1 WOULD respectfully Inform thn people that
I am permanently located in .lack son, O II.,
bio, where I can at all times be found fully
prpiralto meet all the demands of my pro
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jyJ 8. T. BOGQES8, Dentist.
HOMER O. JOTTES,
; :: ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MeArtJtur, Vinton Counly, Ohio,
WILL attend priSt.t ( Ulneu nt rust
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The Stah of Ohio, Vinton Co.'.
: l '.' If.
U Pelltiot tp-toinpktt rial contract, t
MARY PAC;. Lewis l'.ifo.Tln.mua Leneh
Rlmda Mullen, Joseph R. V'.ollcn, Lewis
W. Leucfc, Louisa.. Buakucr,Roli(rrt Uuckusr,
Sarah A. Dyrd and Rorcri A. Byrd all of
Wood cvnniy, state of W'st Virginia, George
A. leach, JainefH Leach, )'aiin,n A., Ogier,
and Kiclio.'aa P. Ogicr. all of Vinton counly,
Oljlp, nnd John B. Leach of Jumper county,
Stnto ol Iowa, Jiairsat law and legal rcproMii
tatlvesof Willis Leoch decoased, will take no
tice, thai on tbo 7iJi day of September, 15C0,
Ruhcrt liuckner administrator of the estate ft
Wjl lis Leach dicenscd, filed in the Probate
Ctinrt within and. fur tlio eaid coi ntv ef Vl'i
ton, a petition, against bom as defcudantc and
alleging, thul or) the 23. h duy of Match, ISM,
tho said Willis Loach, then in full ljto.,entored
into a contract in wri ing with said Robert A.
Byrd,for the rale of tho following d scribed
ioa,l esta'e situate ' in said Vinton connfy, to
wit: Tlio cas-t half of the nnrihworf quart.rjf
section number nineteen ( 111) In township num
ber ten (iO) of range number seventeen (17),
al3 about 'twelvo acres out of the southwest
corner of tbo west half of tho northeast quarter
of aforesaid scotion ninotcen (1'J) towntliip
nil n bo r ten (!0) of iango number seventeen
( 17), liying nnd being all il.o lima, in nid half
quartor, on tbo west side of the road leading
In. m Hnmdcn to Allensvillo. In consideralicn
of which nid Robert A. Hyrd agreed to pay to
mid Willis Leach tho mm of four .thousand
dollars, that two thousand d'dlnrs of said con
sideration was paid ij band, and that there ro
nr.iins duo and unpaid on ".aid contract two
thousand dollars with intores! 'on laid sum
from tin SJth day of March I SS that tho
a:d bifluiico so duo was to bo paid in six
men: lis from the said 25th day of March 1S05,
that upon tho poynitnt of tho consideration,
fbrsnid rcaKy bci. g made In ftill, the sai l Wil
li Leach agreed to convey to said Robert A.
Brd or his assigns by a good gonernl warrant)
deed, tlie said roal et-tato, that said Robert A.
Byrd paid tho (wo Otausaud dollari down to
said Willis Loach In his lifetime, thatj snid
Robert A. Byr I is roody and willing to pay the
ralanco of purchase moticy on said contract, so
eoon as a valid deed can ho made to lim for
aid premises, and that the above mimed per
sons, defendants are tho heirs at law and legal
'epresontatives of said Willis Leach duceased.
The prayer of suid petition is for authorpy to
make a deed in fcoi-imploto saidRi bertA.
Byrd, in hohalf of said hoirs nt law, upon pay
ment of Mio rosidno of said purchase money,
faid petition will be for bearing on theSthdny
of .Oc(ob';r ISO'!, eras toon thereafter asj leave
can be obtained of tho said ceurt. '.
admr. of Willis Leach, dec.
E. A. buatton, att'v. S6 28w4.
The State of Ohio, Vinton Co.:
Ilf PRonATK COf.tT.
relit ion to complete real contract.
MAltY PAliE, Lewis Pngc, Thomas Leach,
Rhodn Mullen Joseph B. Mallnu, Lowis
W. Leach, LouUaC. Bnckner, Robert 13 uck
'er, Sarah A. Byrd and Hnosrt A . Byrd. till of
Wood county, State of West Virginia, George
a . Leach, Jumes II. Leach, Mariummt a. Ogicr
and Nicholas V. Ogir, ail of Vinton conny,
Ohio, and John B. Leach of Jasper county,
Stat of Iowa, heirs at law and legal represen
tatives of Willis Loteli deceased, wi'l take no
tice rhat on tho Uh day of September I860,
Robert Buckncr administrator of tho estatoof
Willis Loach deceased, filed in lie Probato
Court within and for he snlil eon ify of Vinton
a petition ngalust them as defendants, and al
leging that on the 85th day of March 1665, thi
laid Willis I.enehthcn in full life, entered into
a contract in writing with said Georgo A. Leach
for tho sale of the following described real es
tutfl situated In said county of Vinton to wit:
The west half of the northeast quarter of sec
tion number nineteen (19) in township number
ten (10) of rungo number seventeen (17) save
and excopt about twelve acres out of the south
wont eornor of wid wes! half quirtor, laying
and bung all bo land In said half quarter, on
the Ket sido of (ho road leading from Ham
den fo Allensvillo, in consideration of which
said George A. Leach agreed to pay tho sum
of hrce thousand dollars, ha wo houiand
dollars of said consideration was paid in hand
and (lint here remains duo nnd unpaid on fea'd
contract ono thousand dollars with Interest on
said sum from tho 25th daj of March 1883,
(lirt upon the payment ot tho consideration
for said realty, being made in full the said
Willis Leach agreed to convoy M sail Georgo a.
Leach or his assigns by a good generd warran
ty deed, the said real erti'te, that said George
a. Leach paid the two thousand dollars down
tc said Willis Leach in his lifetime, that raid
Georgo a. Loach is ready and willing to pny
tbo ballanca of purchase money on aid con
tract, bo so' n as a valid deed can bo mtrdo to
him for said premises, snd that tho above
named persons dulendant., iro heirs nt law le
gal representatives ot said Willis Leach do
csascd. The prayer of said petition is for
authority to make a doed in fee simpletosaid
Georgo a. Leach in bohalf of said heirs at law
upon pnymont of tho residuoof said purchase
money. 'Said potitlon will be fur hearing on
the Sth day of Octobor lSGtl.or as Koon thcrraf
tcr as leave can be obtained of tlio said Court.
admr. of Willis Leach dec.
I. 4, JUTK'N, ATT'V'. Ppl3w4
BRIDGET FA UN EN, (iiiiiiilin name
wns 15riilrot Oatiftlierty.) Mary
Ikiuirliertv, Mnrtraret Dauirhrny, and (.'on
Daujrjierty, who rositlu in the county of
Domtgall, in Iiflantl, heirs at law of Mii'ha
cl Daiighcrty, late of the comity of Vinton
nud State of Ohio, deceased ; and James
Daiiglicrty of said county of Vinton, ad-niinh-trator
of the Estate of John Dnitgher
ty, deceased, late of said con nty, who was
one of the heirs at law of the said Michael
Datijjhertv, deceased, will take notice that
Patrick llenry Qui tin, administrator of the
estate of the said Michael Daiifrherty, de
ceased, on the 13th day of September! a.d.
ISOfi. filed his petition in the Probate Court
within Jiii.d for the county of Vinton ami
State of Ohio, nlleiitK that there is no
personal estateof said decedent wherewith
to pay his debts and the costs of adminis
tration ; that he died seized in fee simple of
the following described real estate situate
in said county, to-wit :
The west hull of the south west quarter
of section five (5) township eight (8)
range sixteen (lfi) containing (evnt)-four
(74) ai res, also the east hdlf of the son'li
east quarter of section fix (6,1 township
eight (8) range sixlern (10) ennui ni'inr
seventy-lour acres, and that he left n
widow entitled to dower in said premises.
The prayer of said petition is for the
sale of a porl'tm of said premises to wit
the whole ol the first described tract, and
thirty-four acres off the norilr end of said
tecond described tract for the payment of
the debts and charges aforesaic. ,
Snid petition will be foi hearing on
S turday;tho 13h day of October A. D,
1 86 P, or as soou thereafter 'ds' leave can
b obtained.. , . ,
September 13 A.D. 1866. " - t
. PATRICK. HENRY QUINN,
Admr. of Michael Dattgherty dec.
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November 30 1865-1 y
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ROSE WOOD PIANO FORTES, whi.h
fur volume und purity of tone are in) rivall
ed, by tuiv hitherto fiueril in this niurk't.
They cuiimiii hII the riiudern iinpruveini'iit.
I'Vndi, firaiid Aetion, Iliirp Pel 1, Ir. n
Frame nveiMimiir fiusseto. andeurh iiulru
ment In-ill!' iiunle the persminl oupp. vi.-iim
(if Air. J. H- Grove?TEES who Ims has ii
pmt'tical experience of over 3l years in their
iiianiifaciure W fully warmnted in'evvry par
Tlio ' (irovi6toen Piano ForteB" re
cuivid tho luviird of merit over nil
ftlura at tlio celibruteJ Vir!dt?
vVherc were exhibited instninv iiU Ir: m
;he best makers of Lmidun. Pnii. (J imiv
Philadelphia. Iialliinore. Bosiiui ami New
York: and also at the Amerieim lii-tu'iiie
lor live fut.cessive yeir, the gold nnd iher
iiiedi.U from both of which cun be seen at
lly the iuteroductionof improvrmt-nts we
make Hill more per:ect Tiano Forte, nnd
try irianulai turinjj lurgely, with h stiirfly
rash system, are tnnbled to ofTer tlieae in
siriiinenU at a price which will preclude all
Fhice-No. l.Saveu Octave, round corners
Koewod plain Cjjse $275.
No. 2, Seven Octave, round corner,
Rosewood heavy ntouldlnr. $300
No, 3, Seven Oct-ive round corners
Ko?ev ood Louis XIV style ft325
Term! Net rnsh hil'tiiieii Emuls,
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT
, Dec. 7th 1865-tlyr a, o,
TJASonredthonsandaof the worst easea of
Ii Blind and Bleeding Piles. '
It gives immediate relief, and effects a perma-
ndllt pirn - Tr It rtlvanllv . ff 1m hhi.J a
- - - ' J ' X. . . ..J . IB " I I.UW
cure. For tale by all Druggists at SO cents per
hnttls . . . .
. January 18, 1366. lj. . .. .
T1LANKS of every description, for sale
M nil viuw viuK.
,.;1L)L )I B 0 L D! S :
. " :ilELJJBOLD:S liUCIlU.
,, IIKLMLOLD S BUCHLT.
. iHELMBOLD'S BUCHU.
TK Oulf Kn6)viFllcmc(iy
IRRITATION OF THE NECK ;OF THE
. BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF
THE KIDNEYS. CATARRH OF '
THE BLADDER, STKAN
; ' GUARY OR PATNFUL
It'OK thepo diseases I'.In truly a sovoroitrn rem
. edy, snd loo much can not be raid In its
praise. A single dose has bocu known lo re
lieve the nus urgent nymtoms.
Are yon troubled with that distrosclng pain in
,bo email of tho buck snd through tho hips ( A
teanpoonfuladuy of Uolmbold's liuchu ill re
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS
I maho no secret ef ingredion's. . Ilulmbold's
Fx I rue t Dnehtl is composed of Jluehu Cubebti,
und Juniper Berries, stlocted with groat cars,
prepared lu vucuo and according to rulOBof
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY
Tlio-o higrcdicntr arc known as tho moat vat
table Diuretics ulTurdcd
Is that which nets upon tho kidnoys -
IIEllCD'S EXTRAC BCOl'U
Is plcnnnnt In tate and'odor, froo from a'.l Inju
rious properties, and immediate In its action.
FOB TM1 8 ATIf FACTION OF ALL,
Soe Modlitil properties contained in Dispensa
tory of the U. S.,ol'wl.i:h tho tullowing Its cor
rect ccpy i
'Iltcne. Its odor Is strong, dilTui-ivo anj
somewhat aromntio, I's tnsto bitteriirhand anul
ogous t) that of mint. It id given, ohoirly iu
complaints of tho Urinary Org.iu. hiivIi as
Orr.vel, Chronlo Catarrh of the bhdderand
Urethra; Diseases of the proitrato: and ltuten
tion or (lie Incontinence of Urine, from a loss
of tono in the parts concerned in Itsevoettution.
It has alpo been im ended In Dypepin,
Chronic hliciima:isni, Cui.iiietu affect o.is, und
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
fee Professor Dowecs' valuable work on the
pruelica of phyi-io.
Soe tlio renmrks made kr the cnlubratod Dr.
Physic, of Philadelphia.
See m y and all standard works on Midieino,
h A K G E S T
IX THE WOULD.
I am acquainted with Hj T. Helmbuld ; ho
occupied the drug store oppohite my residocco,
and wassucce.Hful in conducting tho business
whsra odiera bud not been cqnully so boforo
hiui. I have been favorably impressed with hit
character and outorprisc. -
(Firm of Powers A Weightmun,)
Ninth and Iirown st., Phlla. -From
the Philn. Even'g Bnllotin, March lOlh.j
We aro gratified to hear of the continued sun
cess in Now York.nf our townsman, Mr. II. T.
llelmbold, Ditiggists. Ilia storo, next to tho
Metropolitan lk-tcl, Is 23 feet front, SJ30 feet
doep, and five stories in height. It is certainly
a grund establishment, and spoalts favorably of
the moi its of liu articles. He returns bis ollice
and lobora'dry to this city, which aro ulso model
establishments of their class.
The proprietor has ben induced to make this
utotement from tho fuct that his remedies, ol
thongh udvertisod, aro
Atd Inowing that tho intelligent refrain
from using anything pertaining to quackery or
tho Patent Medicine orli-r oust of which are
prepared by fclf-sijled Doctors, wlm-are to g
norant to re id a phyaiciau'ai Mmplcst prcstrip
tion, much Uss competent to prcpaie phaima
THESE PARTIES RESORT .
to vnili.tis means of cfTec log fai's, such as cop
ying psrts of ndverti.iniin!s of popular rem
edies, snd fiuich'iig i h fertifi''utcs.
Tin Science of Mnlk'Iii Htnnds blmnlfl. burn.
and majestic, having fuel fur iu basis, iodc.'Jjn
for its pillar, truth alone fur its cpital-
A WORLD F CAUTION.
HoMlh Is most imp' rfiint, und the afflicted
bhould not use an nilvirit.fl init!fi,,n n,
remedy, unites its conUutx or ingredients are
aiiuwu iu oinurs nest. 10 tlie manufacturer, or
until they are satisfied of tho qualifications of
tbo purty so offering.
FLUID EXTRACT BUBHU, '
FLUID EXTRACT SARSMPARILLA
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH
' '' 'it ' : . '(
Establshed upwards of 1 6 years. ,
- r ,.. i' . ..... ...
Prepared by H.T. HELMBOLD. .
. r . j i; .. .. . ..
HELM BOLL'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL
. - WAREHOUSE. 694 Broadway. N.Y
! .ad! HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT
104 South Tenth St. Philadelphia Pa.
, . SOLD BYaIL DRUGGISlfs,,
NuVembei 18, 1865- Ij.
Advertise in the RECORD.
lAE VaXTT Sc ni'TCUEU'S
CELEBRATED MAGIC OIL
ITsrrtulcil la cum of Rlirumittbiii, Senraljl, Braine
The Best and Cheapest Horse and Caltl
. Blediejne iu tho lVortd! , ' '
L'ttd ihrnufkoMt It Unit til MaUl auU Cam.
. , ,itln$ lUtriuy Mi lull 3f j(tart, (
For Iho cure nf tliovnrlnua DIkphscs towfiicri
Jlones umi Culllo urn sul.Jivt; such
JmiuiiiIit, DlKti iniior, lliilo IIiiIiiiiI, Iuts o(
ApiH'illi-.lnwiiii) Hiriilnx, Vi-lliiw Waler, j
Flsttilii. I'iiII Kvil. Mfinli-lii-M or
tirt'tiNe, .Miiimo, Iiilliimiiinilon of tlie . '
. Kytn, mill I'lilluuo Irmii Hunt lnbnr;
also, Itlicimiiii ism, (iiiiiiiiiiiiily rullwf ,
' Bit If riiiiiil,iliit), wlilrli iriivi'i filial Ui ..
so many Viiluulilu lluiscn Iu this country '
SLOAN'S CONDITION POWDER
Il n tin' l:n -..l .t il,. .4 imiv llnri"iiiil ChMIm Mllrlu
In III in rt'llitll y. It h ri.lnh..i....f ImmImkihI riaitK, au4
. for liitliliiv-n. il i. r-i iniiii v i.. I ilior.iiitdtiHn,
iri'('tiiii,iuill.v ill Un IiimiI nt the lint i.' thru fid
Vault X'ftltati'-i. ' , , . . , .,
It cull if! nil i.'rnv. Iiitiimr. ri'vti,tii Imriin frma '
tiiruniliiK kII:I nr l'.u Inn. HIm Hip ,W, Iihokhs
tlio Mkin. ui.il i;Ih 11 ii Mitn.iili umi ttlin.tr iii.iiriiiiro, '
ctl'IIMHl'S llll W.iliT mill ntllMlllirllt vvurv ltllt of Uiei
biHly. It In Un ii rt.ili iiii.l i'1-it.iiii ii-iiiiil.t fur tiiutit
uJ ci'ti)4, nhic gfiirniti An in. my fiitul ili.fo.iDti.
' 1 i i . . . ..v. '
Tbo Cw rcNin-ji t liffiippliiil Mlthun iihtfn'lfitiof
too -iiul lo in.tki hrr f;tl ll.t. h tvn itrtiruMv, Uit I
krep up a ri'iilur himtH ion o) milk, it ml nil uwitwi of
Cowa will rtml I') tf'.li'U tin-in --!
SLOAN'S commTieu rowssaa
twice a I, o turi' i n-rii hi 'ii'Hiliiy mul
of milk n hI nititn. It viiuli- 'ill till ft-rur umi Im
iiiritliHiof th'' l'jt'l. 'LUv rrtVit Ihvccii Hiroiij;liuUl lh
fiiftoii by a riili rtii'l iil iiiiUiiiit ll.iw nf milk.
Tlio fiUim r It ln'niniiinK tn l-f nwiiri' oi lti vittiiftbU
pntpci tii H nf Affiu' Cointition i'otvdvr In pro1'
Diotiii); the cutnliiinti of liif sIh-i-h timl pn'Tctillug itiuij
of thti db vaatu uf nil UuiiitcticutcU uulumU.
J- tiny rent nitrkngt of Mtmn'f Conditio
iVncifi-i' put lnt u Urml nf swill It bultnr limn t
buxliolii (if cum lu ftilioii a lion, suit It s curtnln pr
tnntlro nf 1 1 Clmlorii, Uliiiil StgJr, suit alhtr
diwsmu cuuimoii nmnnit luigt.
CAVT10X.T irtitMt oiimolvot tnil lutpaUts
from btiriK linieil iimi lijr wnrtlilmi ImlUllaiit, U
gonuhn will hour tlie fut limift nlgnulurtof III fi
prlelor vu tlio wmpiier. t -. , !
- f er tut lij Dnipljts tuj Mordmuti tTorjrwbtre. .
8ol Fropriotoni, Ckitnt, Illf
0. Drswor 6629. ...-...' -
Soiy S Wliolomle hy ' : '
JOHN U. PARhT, ;
Ciiuinnati, Ohio. .., r
At Retail by ... ;
Dr. J. S STKOXC,
G. W. tr;SON.
CILISklTID ; .
long snd favorably
known, will thor
low ipirlted borMt,
and cleansing tko
stomach and Utei
tines. It li a lure pre-
wnll nf all rli.-
i.r'l " r met Incident to
this animal, such as LCNO FEVEH, GLAMDEB3,
LOSS OF APPE
TITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, 4c. IU
use improves the
a smooth and
glossy skin and
miserable skeleton Into a fine-looking and spirited
none. x. ,
To keepers of Coirs this preparation Is Invaluable.
It increases the quantity and im proves the duality
or tut mint, itnas
been proven by ac
tual experfsnent to
increase the quan
tity of milk and
eresm twenty per
cent, and make the.
butter firm and
sweet. In rationing
cattle, It gives them
an appetite, loosens
. tneir Iliac, ana
, r j i-M.-tlr? - ma.es inem uuni
much faster. ,
In all diseases of Swine, inch as Coughs, Ulcers la
the Lungs, Liver,
4c, this article
acts as a specific.
By putting from i
one-half a paper 1
to a paper in a
barrel of swIU the
Will be eradicated
or entirely prevented. If given in time, a certain
preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera. ' ;
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 8 Papen for It,
PREPARED BY ' -
S. A. FOUTZ & BRO.,
AT THXTR J
' WHOLESALE DRl'Q AND MEDIOIKK DEPOT,
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Kd.
. For Sale by DrugglsU and Slorckeeperi through,
eul the United 8tatei. . t . i 0
'i i ' For Sale ly ; r.j: '
;.T. S. STRONG, URpqam,;
jyMy i. : , ,'. . MoAbthpb,MUIO.
IS warranted to bo the only trrinlation
. known to eura Sought. ldaHoarjeneeB,
Asthma, Whooping Cough, Ctironie ngli,
Consumption; Bronchnis end Croup. Being
prepar'd from Honey and ilorba it U healing,
softening, and expectorating, an I partioularly
suitable for all . affeotlcns of the Threat and
Lungs. Fot sale by all Druggists everjwbere.